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Old 04-15-2006, 08:35 AM   #5956
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I was looking earlier in thread on the decussion on 0mm offset & 2mm offset I've ran 0mm offset already with some success I just order me some 2mm offset new Devil tires with GRP foam has anyone ever used Devil tires before? and if so how was the handling. Any feedback is appreciated.
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The GRP Devil tires are good, but they are actually only 1 degree offset not 2 as advertised also the rims are a little small and if it is used with the Kyosho V ONE RRR the inside rim rubs against the rear hub. go ahead install it in the car and run it and you will see what I am talking about, the better choice is try using Jaco 2 mm offset you will see the difference regarding the 2 degree offset and it clears the hub by 1/2 mm
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Old 04-15-2006, 09:12 AM   #5958
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Hi guys, does anybody know where can I buy a RRR Rubber Version?
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Old 04-15-2006, 09:30 AM   #5959
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The GRP Devil tires are good, but they are actually only 1 degree offset not 2 as advertised also the rims are a little small and if it is used with the Kyosho V ONE RRR the inside rim rubs against the rear hub. go ahead install it in the car and run it and you will see what I am talking about, the better choice is try using Jaco 2 mm offset you will see the difference regarding the 2 degree offset and it clears the hub by 1/2 mm
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What millimeter split do the tires need?
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Old 04-15-2006, 03:21 PM   #5961
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What millimeter split do the tires need?
I know I run 1mm spilt I plan on trying 2mm spilt cause some of my friends at the track run 2mm spilt with success.
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Old 04-16-2006, 01:18 AM   #5962
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What millimeter split do the tires need?
If you run the 23 teeth side pulley, then you need to run 2.5mm split.
If you run the 24 teeth side pulley, then you don't need to run split.
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Old 04-16-2006, 05:16 AM   #5963
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Hi guys.

I started working on the Web site and need some feedback/suggestions on the sections. This is what I have so far:

Homepage: Welcome plus News and Updates, maybe question du jour
Kit info: Specs, pictures, where to get pdf’s etc.
End-to-end: More info about the car, tips, difference between RRR and WCE, etc.
FAQ: Questions frequently asked at rctech.net
Setup Sheets: Generic / location specific
Hop-ups: Plus a rating for things we’ve tested
Links: Links to other sites
Reviews: Test results/opinions of parts we’ve tried on our cars
Team V1RRR: Our profiles as we appear on rctech.net + whatever info you want to include – gear, car picture, etc.

I'm pretty flexible, but it has to be specific to the V-ONE RRR / WCE.

"End-to-end" is pretty vague, but I'm using link tips (those yellow hyperlink popups that describe the link), so that might help. I think it's better than "bumper-to-bumper". If you've got a better idea, I'm all ears.

"Finish Line" might be good a section to highlight V-ONE RRR wins (1-3 place) in either national or club races - but I don't want the section to get out of hand. Maybe it could be broken down by week or put in the News and Updates section.

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If you run the 23 teeth side pulley, then you need to run 2.5mm split.
If you run the 24 teeth side pulley, then you don't need to run split.
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If you run the 23 teeth side pulley, then you need to run 2.5mm split.
If you run the 24 teeth side pulley, then you don't need to run split.
big difference in cars wad mngoose & 3R good car cya
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Hi guys.

I started working on the Web site and need some feedback/suggestions on the sections. This is what I have so far:

Homepage: Welcome plus News and Updates, maybe question du jour
Kit info: Specs, pictures, where to get pdf’s etc.
End-to-end: More info about the car, tips, difference between RRR and WCE, etc.
FAQ: Questions frequently asked at rctech.net
Setup Sheets: Generic / location specific
Hop-ups: Plus a rating for things we’ve tested
Links: Links to other sites
Reviews: Test results/opinions of parts we’ve tried on our cars
Team V1RRR: Our profiles as we appear on rctech.net + whatever info you want to include – gear, car picture, etc.

I'm pretty flexible, but it has to be specific to the V-ONE RRR / WCE.

"End-to-end" is pretty vague, but I'm using link tips (those yellow hyperlink popups that describe the link), so that might help. I think it's better than "bumper-to-bumper". If you've got a better idea, I'm all ears.

"Finish Line" might be good a section to highlight V-ONE RRR wins (1-3 place) in either national or club races - but I don't want the section to get out of hand. Maybe it could be broken down by week or put in the News and Updates section.

Thanks!
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I see that the new tank has a different style lid on it.Did they also change the fuel tank seal or are they still have that sponge pack instead of a oring.
and if so does anybody have the part # for the sponge pack seal. Also is the part # the same for the new tank. thanks
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I see that the new tank has a different style lid on it.Did they also change the fuel tank seal or are they still have that sponge pack instead of a oring.
and if so does anybody have the part # for the sponge pack seal. Also is the part # the same for the new tank. thanks
Dan, VZ207 is still the gas tank part#. If you order now, you should get the tank with the latest cap.

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